Zaytoven, Pusha T, Rick Ross, T.I. and Yo Gotti “Go Get the Money” on New Song
The new cut includes a hard trap beat laced with twinkling bells and a confident vibe that finds each rapper doing some serious flexing. Gotti leads the way on the first verse, name-dropping Kanye West and Roc Nation in the process.
"I may post four million cash Thursday, that's a throwback/No more fun, that bitch boring, I may give your hoe back/This a Zay track and I talk nothing but the yay on it/This that good music, fuck around put 'Ye on it/This a rock track, fuck 'round and put Jay on it," Gotti spits on the hard instrumental.
Taking the baton, Rozay delivers a catchy hook, and Tip and Pusha serve up some ice-cold bars. All in all, it's pretty much exactly what you'd expect when all these guys join forces for a banger.
"Go Get the Money" is a single from Zay's forthcoming Trap Holizay album, which is all set to drop on May 25. The LP, which will mark Zaytoven's first, will also include features from Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert, 2 Chainz, Offset, Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih, OJ Da Juiceman, 21 Savage and more. The famed Atlanta trap producer is currently in the midst of a tour for the album, which still has quite a few dates left.
Check out the Trap Holizay tracklist below. Listen to "Go Get the Money" beneath that.
Zaytoven's Trap Holizay Tracklist
1. "Intro" featuring Gucci Mane
2. "Left The Bank" featuring Young Dolph
3. "Go Get The Money" featuring Yo Gotti, Rick Ross, T.I. and Pusha T
4. "Wake Up and Cook Up" featuring Quavo and 2 Chainz
5. "Back On It" featuring Offset abd Young Scooter
6. "What You Think" featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih and OJ Da Juiceman
7. "Black Privilage" featuring Trey Songz, Trouble and Plies
8. "Show It" featuring Kodak Black and T.I.
9. "Boot Up" featuring Future
10."East Atlanta Day" featuring Gucci Mane and 21 Savage
11."Strong" featuring Lil Uzi Vert
12."Designer" featuring Lil Pump, Black Youngsta and Rich The Kid
13."Mo Realer" featuring Future
Zaytoven's Trap Holizay Tour Dates
May 15—Houston, Texas
May 16—Dallas, Texas
May 17—San Antonio, Texas
May 19—Austin, Texas
May 25—Savannah, Ga.
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